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Index of A Church of England Hymn Book, 1879


Despite the rather official-sounding name, this was a text-only effort produced by the Rev. Prebendary Godfrey Thring. Source of a few texts still sung to this day.

Not all of the files linked here are presently available. The headings below are those found in the original text.

Morning

001i Awake, my soul, and with the sun

001ii Glory to thee, who safe hast kept

002 Brightly, O Father, when morning is breaking

003 Christ, whose glory fills the skies

004 Every morning mercies new

005 My God, I praise thee for the light returning

006 New every morning is the love

007 Now morning lifts her dewy veil

008 Now that the daylight fills the sky

009 Now when the dusky shades of night retreating

010 Now with the rising golden dawn

011 O Jesus, Lord of heavenly grace

012 Once again to meet the day

013 Once more the daylight shines abroad

Mid-Day

014 Almighty Ruler, God of truth

015 See the sun high heaven ascending

016 Thy love for all thy creatures

017 When at midday my task I ply

Afternoon

018 As now the sun's declining rays

019 Before the ending of the day

020 Behold the sun, that seemed but now

021 O God, unchangeable and true

022 The radiant morn hath passed away

Evening

023 Abide with me; fast falls the eventide

024 Again, as evening's shadow falls

025 Almighty God, thy throne above

026 At even, ere the sun was set

027 Creator of the light supreme

028 Ere the waning light decay

029 Father, by thy love and power

030 Glory be to thee, my God, this night

031 God, that madest earth and heaven

032 Hear our prayer, O heavenly Father

033 Heavenly Father, by whose care

034 Holy Father, cheer our way

035 Lord of my life, whose tender care

036 Now God be with us

037 Now sinks in night the flaming sun

038 O Brightness of the immortal Father's face

039 O God of all the strength and power

040 O Lord, who by thy presence hast made light

041 O Savior, bless us ere we go

042 Savior, again to thy dear name we raise

043 Savior, breathe an evening blessing

044 Source of light and life divine

045 Sun of my soul, thou Savior dear

046 The day departs

047 The day is gently sinking to a close

048 The day is past and over

049 The day, O Lord, is spent

050 The shadows of the evening hours

051 The sun is sinking fast

052 Through the changes of the day

053 Through the day thy love has spared us

054 When evening shadows gather

Morning or Evening

055 As every day thy mercy spares

056 Star of morn and even

057 Sweet is the morning light to me

Midnight

058 Glory to thee, in light arrayed

Sunday

059 As thou didst rest, O Father

060 Hail, holy rest, calm herald of that day

061 Hail, sacred day of earthly rest

062 Now the six days' work is done

063 O day of rest and gladness

064 On this, the holiest and best

065 This day the light of heavenly birth

066 This is the day of light

067 This is the day the Lord hath made

068 Thou glorious Sun of righteousness

069 Ere another Sabbath close

Hymns on the Creation

070 When o'er the waters' misty deep

071 The earth in robes of light arrayed

072 With azure girdle circled round

073 So grass and herb and fruitful tree

074 Four days had come and gone to rest

075 The last great day of work had come

076 And now, mid myriad worlds enthroned

Week Days

077 Behold us, Lord, a little space

078 O Lord, it is a blessed thing

079 Yesterday with worship blest

080 Another day begun

081 Thou in whose name the two or three

082 Ascended Lord, accept our praise

083 O Jesus, crucified for man

084 Sabbath of the saints of old

085 While the solemn note of time

Litanies

086 Jesus, life of those who die

087 Jesus, with thy Church abide

088 Great, mysterious Trinity

089 God the Father, God the Word

Close of Service

090 God the Father, God the Son

091 Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing, fill our hearts

092 Of thy love some gracious token

093 The Lord be with us as we bend

The Seasons

094 For all thy love and goodness, so bountiful and free

095 The springtide hour

096 Summer suns are glowing

097 The year is swiftly waning

098 Winter reigneth o'er the land

Advent

099 Again the Church's year hath run its round

100 Cast away the works of darkness

101 God cometh, let the heart prepare

102 Hark, a thrilling voice is sounding

103 Hark the glad sound! the Savior comes

104 I saw and, lo, a great white throne

105 Lo, he comes with clouds descending

106 On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cry

107 The Lord will come; the earth shall quake

108 Watch now, ye Christians, watch and pray

109 When Christ the Lord would come on earth

Christmas

110 Angels, from the realms of glory

111 Christians, awake! salute the happy morn

112 Hark, the herald angels sing

113 Hark, what mean those holy voices

114 Now let our mingling voices rise

115 O come, all ye faithful

116 While shepherds watched their flocks by night

St. Stephen's Day

117 Go forward in your course

St. John the Evangelist's Day

118 Little children, dwell in love

119 O thou, who gav'st thy servant grace

The Innocents' Day

120 Holy Jesus, mighty Lord

121 O who are they, so pure and bright

The Old and New Year

122 Across the sky the shades of night

123 Another year hath fled; renew

124 For thy mercy and thy grace

125 Sing we, brethren faithful-hearted

126 The old year's long campaign over

127 The tide of time is rolling on

128 Time by moments steals away

129 While, with ceaseless course, the sun

Epiphany

130 As with gladness men of old

131 Bethlehem, of noblest cities

132 Brightest and best of the sons of the morning

133 From the eastern mountains

134 Hail, thou source of every blessing

135 Not by thy mighty hand

136 O Lord of health and life, what tongue can tell

137 Songs of thankfulness and praise

138 What star is this, more glorious far

Before Lent

139 Alleluia, song of gladness

Septuagesima

140 Creator of the world, to thee

Sexagesima

141 Almighty God, thy word is cast

Quinquagesima

142 Blessed Savior, thou hast taught us

Lent

143 Awhile in spirit, Lord, to thee

144 Have mercy, Lord, on me

145 How shall a contrite spirit pray

146 Jesus, Lord, we kneel before thee

147 Lord, in this thy mercy's day

148 No, not despairingly

149 O Lord, turn not thy face from me

150 Weary of earth, and laden with my sin

151 When wounded sore, the stricken heart

152 All glory, laud, and honor

153 Is not this our King and Prophet

154 Ride on, ride on in majesty

Hymns on the Passion

155 And now, beloved Lord, thy soul resigning

156 Bound upon the accursed tree

157 By the cross, sad vigil keeping

158 Forth goes the standard of our King

159 Hail, thou head, so bruised and torn

160 In the Lord's atoning grief

161 It is finished! It is finished! all the untold agony

162 O come and mourn with me awhile

163 O Jesus, Lord most merciful

164 Throned upon the awful Tree

165 To whom but thee, O God of grace

166 When I survey the wondrous Cross

167 Who is this that comes from Edom

168 Jesus, in thy dying woes

169 O tho, who though with veiled Face

Easter Even

170 All is o'er, the pain, the sorrow

171 O pallid, gentle, grief-worn face

172 So rest, my Rest

173 Weeping as they go their way

Easter

174 At the Lamb's high feast we sing

175 Christ the Lord is risen again

176 Christ the Lord is risen today (Leeson)

177 Come, see the place where Jesus lay

178 Alleluia, Alleluia, hearts to heaven and voices raise

179 Jesus Christ is risen today

180 Morn's roseate hues have decked

181 On the resurrection morning

182 Sing, with all the sons of glory

183 The day of Resurrection

184 The happy morn is come!

185 The foe behind, the deep before

186 The Son of David bowed to die

Rogation Days

187 Lord, in thy name thy servants plead

188 O throned, O crowned with all renown

The Ascension

189 As Christ our Savior's gone before

190 At length, the longed-for joy is given

191 Hail the day that sees him rise

192 Hark, the vault of heaven is ringing

193 He is gone. A cloud of light

194 Lift up your heads, eternal gates (Psalm xxiv)

195 O God, the King of glory, who

196i See the Conqueror mounts in triumph

196ii Holy Ghost, Illuminator

197 Thou art gone up on high

Whitsuntide (and General) Hymns

198 Spirit of mercy, truth and love

199 Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire

200 Come, Holy Ghost, who ever One

201 Come, O Creator, Spirit blest

202 Come, thou Spirit of all light

203 Come to our poor nature's night

204 Creator Spirit, by whose aid

205 Creator Spirit, Lord of grace

206 Gracious Spirit, Love divine

207 Hear us, thou that broodest

208 Holy Spirit, in my breast

209 O thou who camest from above

210 Spirit of God, that moved of old

211 Spirit of God, thou Light of life

212 Spirit of truth, indwelling light

213 Spirit of truth, thy grace impart

214 When God of old came down from heaven

Trinity (and General) Hymns

215 Father of heaven, whose love profound

216 God of heaven, enthroned in might

217 Great Architect of worlds unknown

218 Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty

219 Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God of hosts

220 Mighty Father, blessed Son

221 O God of life, whose power benign

222 Three in One, and One in Three

223 Thrice-holy God, of wondrous might

General Hymns

224 A few more years shall roll

225 All hail the power of Jesus' name

226 All people that on earth do dwell

227 All-seeing God, thy love sustains

228 All that's good and great and true

229 All things praise thee, Lord most high

230 All ye who seek a comfort sure

231 Approach, my soul, the mercy-seat

232 Around the throne of God a band

233 Art thou weary, art thou languid

234 Ask ye what great things I know

235* Asleep in Jesus! Blessed sleep

236 As when the weary traveler gains

237 Awake and sing the song

238 Before Jehovah's awful throne

239 Bending before thee, let our hymn go upwards

240 Be thou my guardian and my guide

241 Blest are the pure in heart

242 Blot out our sins of old

243 Brightness of the Father's glory

244 Captain of Israel's host, and Guide

245 Children of earth, for heaven we seek

246 Christ, above all glory seated

247 Christian, seek not yet repose

248 Come, labor on

249 Come, let us join our cheerful songs

250 Come, let us to the Lord our God

251 Come unto me, ye weary

252 Crown him with many crowns

253 Dark is the sky that overhangs my soul

254 Day of wrath! O day of mourning!

255 Days and moments quickly flying

256 Dead to life, yet loath to die

257 Earth to earth and dust to dust

258 Eternal God, we look to thee

259 Exalted high at God's right hand

260 Far from these narrow scenes of night

261 Father of love, our guide and friend

262 Feeble, helpless, how shall I

263 Fierce raged the tempest o'er the deep

264 Fierce was the wild billow

265 For ever with the Lord

266 Glorious things of thee are spoken

267 God is love, his mercy brightens

268 God is love; that anthem olden

269 God of mercy, God of grace

270 Go to dark Gethsemane

271 Gracious Spirit, dwell with me

272 Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost

273 Great God, what do I see and hear

274 Great Mover of all hearts

275 Guide me, O thou great Jehovah

276 Hail to the Lord's Anointed

277 Alleluia, sing to Jesus

278 Hark, hark, my soul! angelic songs are swelling

279 Hark, hark, the organ loudly peals

280 Hark, the song of jubilee

281 Hark, tis the watchman's cry

282 Heal me, O my Savior, heal

283 Heavenly Father, to whose eye

284 Holiest, holiest

285 Holy, holy, holy, Lord God of hosts (Montgomery)

286 Hosanna to the living Lord

287 If thou wouldest life attain

288 I'm but a stranger here

289 In exile here we wander

290 In stature grows the heavenly Child

291 In the hour of trial

292 It came upon the midnight clear

293 Jerusalem, my happy home (II)

294 Jesus, heavenly Shepherd!

295 Jesus, lover of my soul

296 Jesus, meek and gentle

297 Jesus, still lead on

298 Jesus, thou joy of loving hearts

299 Jesus, thy Church with longing eyes

300 Jesus came, the heavens adoring

301 Jesus lives! thy terrors now

302 Jesus, Name of wondrous love

303 Jesus, our risen King

304 Jesus shall reign where'er the sun

305 Jesus, where'er thy people meet

306 Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom

307 Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us

308 Lead us, O Father, in the paths of peace

309 Let all the world in every corner sing

310 Light and comfort of my soul

311 Lord, as to thy dear Cross we flee

312 Lord God almighty, who hearest all who cry to thee

313 Lord, have mercy when we strive

314 Lord, hear my prayer, bow down thine ear

315 Lord Jesus, think on me

316 Lord Jesus, when we stand afar

317 Lord of mercy and of might

318 Lord of our life, and God of our salvation

319 Lord of power, Lord of might

320 Lord of the sinless world above

321 Lord of the worlds above

322 Lord, the heavens declare thy glory

323 Lord, thou hast formed mine every part

324 Lord, thou hast known mine inmost mind

325 Lord, thy children guide and keep

326 Lord, when we bend before thy throne

327 Lord, who once from heaven descending

328 Love divine, all loves excelling

329 My faith looks up to thee

330 My God, how endless is thy love

331 My God, my Father, while I stray

332 My Savior, can it ever be

333 Nearer, my God, to thee

334 Nearer, O God, to thee! Hear thou my prayer

335 No change of time shall ever shock

336 No sorrow and no sighing

337 Not by the martyr's death alone

338 Not unto us, almighty Lord

339 Now thank we all our God

340 O blessed life, the heart at rest

341 O Christ, the Light of heavenly day

342 O Christ, who dost prepare a place

343 O come, loud anthems let us sing

344 O death, thou art no more

345 O for a heart to praise my God

346 O God, enshrined in dazzling light

347 O God of hosts, the mighty Lord

348 O God, our help in ages past

349 O God, thou art my God alone

350 O God, thy grace and blessing give

351 O God with us, the Savior

352 O happy band of pilgrims

353 O help us, Lord! each hour of need

354 O highest Love, in lowliest guise

355 O Holy Ghost, thou God of peace

356 O holy Lord, content to dwell

357 O Holy Savior, Friend unseen

358 O how long, how long?

359 O Jesus, I have promised

360 O Jesus, King most wonderful

361 O King of kings, before whose throne

362 O Light, whose beams illumine all

363 O Lord, how happy should we be

364 O Lord, how joyful 'tis to see

365 O Lord, in all our trials here

366 O Lord, thy heavenly grace impart

367 O love, how deep, how broad, how high

368 O my people, O mine own

369 O my Savior, lifted

370 O praise ye the Lord! praise him in the height

371 O Savior, holy Savior

372 O Savior, is thy promise fled

373 O Savior, now at God's right hand

374 O strength and stay upholding all creation

375 O thou, from whom all goodness flows

376 O thou, the contrite sinners' Friend

377 O thou to whose all-searching sight

378 O thou who dwell'st in realms of light

379* O what their joy and their glory must be

380 O where shall rest be found

381 O worship the King all glorious above

383 O let him whose sorrow

384 Oft in danger, oft in woe

385 Omniscient God, thine eye divine

386 Once, only once, and once for all

387 Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed

388 Praise, my soul, the King of heaven

389 Praise the Lord, ye heavens, adore him

390 Praise the Rock of our salvation

391 Praise to God, immortal praise

392 Praise to the Holiest in the height

393 Quiet, Lord, my froward heart

394 Rejoice, the Lord is King

395 Rest in the Lord, rest, weary heart

396 Rock of ages, cleft for me

397 Round the Lord in glory seated

398 Savior, blessed Savior

399 Savior, when in dust to thee

400 Sinful, sighing to be blest

401 Sing alleluia forth in duteous praise

402 Sing praise to God who reigns above

403 Sing to the Lord a joyful song

404 Sing we the song of those who stand

405 Soldiers of Christ, arise

406 Soldiers who to Christ belong

407 Songs of praise the angels sang

408* Son of Man, to thee I cry

409 Soon and for ever

410 Stars of the morning, so gloriously bright

411 Still will we trust, though earth seem dark

412 Take up thy cross, the Savior said

413 Teach me, O Lord, thy holy way

414 Thanks be to God, for meet and right

415 That day of wrath, that dreadful day

416 The Church's one foundation

417 The God of Abraham praise

418 The God of love my Shepherd is

419 The head that once was crowned with thorns

420 The heaven of heavens cannot contain

421 The Lord of might from Sinai's brow

422 The roseate hues of early dawn

423 The saints on earth and those above

424 The strain upraise of joy and praise

425i The world is very evil

425ii Brief life is here our portion

425iii For thee, O dear, dear country

425iv Jerusalem the golden

426 Thee, O God, alone I love

427 There is a book, who runs may read

428 There is a land of pure delight

429 There is no night in heaven

430 They come, God's messengers of love

431 Thine for ever! God of love

432 Thou art the way: to thee alone

433 Thou boundless source of every good

434 Thou who on that wondrous journey

435 Thou, whose almighty word

436 Through all the changing scenes of life

437 Through the night of doubt and sorrow

438 Thy life was given for me

439 Thy way, not mine, O Lord

440 Tis for conquering kings to gain

441 Toiling in the path of duty

442 To me a sinner, chief of all

443 To thee, O God, our praise belongs

444 To thy temple I repair

445 Triumphant Lord, thy work is done

446 Try us, O God, and search the ground

447 We all had sinned and gone astray

448 We saw thee not when, far away

449 We sing the praise of him who died

450 What are these in bright array?

451 What care the saints of God, if they

452 When all thy mercies, O my God

453 When gathering clouds around I view

454 When Jesus came to earth of old

455 When my love to Christ grows weak

456 When our heads are bowed with woe

457 When the dark waves round us roll

458 Where'er have trod thy sacred feet

459 Where high the heavenly temple stands

460 While the sun is shining

461 Who is this, so weak and helpless

462 Who the multitude can number

463 Why art thou weary, O my soul

464 With glory clad, with strength arrayed

465 Work is sweet, for God has blessed

466 Ye boundless realms of joy

467 Ye holy angels bright

468 Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim

469 Ye servants of the Lord

470 Yes, God is good

The Transfiguration

471 Lord, it is good for us to be

472 Upon the solitary mountain's height

Saints' Days (Special)

473 From all thy saints in warfare

St. Andrew

474 Jesus calls us! o'er the tumult

St. Thomas

475 O thou, who didst with love untold

476 O thou who every change of human life

Conversion of St. Paul

477 Have we no zeal for him who died

Purification of St. Mary the Virgin

478 In his temple now behold him

479 Who is this from Bethlehem coming

St. Matthias

480 Bishop of the souls of men

Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary

481 Long time the fallen human race

St. Mark

482 Taught by Saint Mark, the Morians' land

St. Philip and St. James

483 O Jesus, Lord, the Way, the Truth

St. Barnabas

484 O Son of God, our Captain of Salvation

St. John Baptist

485 O heavenly Father, cleanse our lips

St. Peter

486 Creator of the rolling flood

St. James

487 We praise thy name, O Lord most high

St. Bartholomew

488 King of saints, to whom the number

St. Matthew

489 Behold, the Master passeth by

St. Luke

490 O Jesus, O Redeemer

St. Simon and St. Jude

491 Thou who sentest thine apostles

All Saints and Saints' Days (General)

492 For all the saints who from their labors rest

493 Hark, the sound of holy voices

494 How bright these glorious spirits shine

495 Lo, round the throne, a glorious band

496 The saints of God! their conflict past

497 The Son of God goes forth to war

498 Who are these like stars appearing

Holy Communion

499 According to thy gracious word

500 All things are ready, there's a place of rest

501 All ye who seek a rest above

502 Be still, my soul, for God is near

502ii O Body broken for my sake

503 Bread of heaven, on thee we feed

504 Bread of the world in mercy broken

505 By Christ redeemed

506 Draw nigh and take the Body of the Lord

507 Forth from the dark and stormy sky

508 Jesus, to thy table led

509 Lord, when before thy throne we meet

510 O God, unseen, yet ever near

511 Of that glorious Body broken

512 Thee we adore, O hidden Savior, thee

Offertory

513 Almighty Father, heaven and earth

514 Fountain of good, to own thy love

515 Holy offerings, rich and rare

516 O God of mercy, God of might

517 O Lord of heaven and earth and sea

Baptism

518 Father of heaven, who hast created all

519 In the Name of God the Father

520 In token that thou shalt not fear

521 With Christ we share a mystic grave

522 Jesus, now thy new-made soldier

523 No sign we ask from heaven above

Confirmation

524 Blest voice of love, O word divine

524a My God, accept my heart this day

525i O God, in whose all-searching eye

525ii Our hearts and voices let us raise

526 Lord, shall thy children come to thee?

Holy Matrimony

527 Lord, who at Cana's wedding feast

528 O Father, all creating

529 Raise high in joyful acclamation

Burial of the Dead

530 Brother, thou art gone before us

531 God of the living

532* Let no hopeless tears be shed

533 Now the laborer's task is o'er

534 Sleep thy last sleep

535 Thou art gone to the grave

536 Thou God of love, beneath thy sheltering wings

Ember Days, and For the Clergy

537 Bow down thine ear, almighty Lord

538 Christ is gone up; yet ere he passed

539 Lord of the Church, we humbly pray

540 O thou who makest souls to shine

541 Lord, pour thy Spirit from on high

The Queen's Accession

542 O King of kings, thy blessing shed

Home Missions, Services in Aid of

543 Call them in! the poor, the wretched

544 Soldiers of the Cross, arise

Home Mission Services

545 Chief of sinners though I be

546 Just as I am, without one plea

547 O come to the merciful Savior who calls you

548 There were ninety and nine

549 Yet there is room

Foreign Missions

550 Arise, O Lord, and shine

551 From Greenland's icy mountains

552 Lord, a Savior's love displaying

553 Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping

554 Savior, sprinkle many nations

555 Speed thy servants, Savior, speed them

556 Through midnight gloom from Macedon

557 Wake, harp of Zion, wake again

Hospitals

558 Thine arm, O Lord, in days of old

559 Thou to whom the sick and dying

Times of Trouble

560 God of our life, to thee we call

560* God of my life, to thee I call

561 O Love divine, that stooped to share

562 When in the hour of utmost need

563 In grief and fear to thee, O Lord

564 God the all-terrible! King, who ordainest

Intercession for those Travelling by Land or Sea

565 O mighty God, Creator, King

For Use at Sea

566 Almighty Father, hear our cry

567 O Lord, be with us when we sail

568 The ocean hath no danger

Soldiers' Hymn

569 O Lord of hosts, almighty King

Harvest

570 Come, ye thankful people, come

571 Fountain of mercy, God of love

572 Lord of the harvest, once again

573 Lord of the harvest, thee we hail

574 Praise, O praise the Lord of harvest

575 We plow the fields, and scatter

Times of Scarcity

576 Thou that sendest sun and rain

Thanksgiving

577 God the Lord has heard our prayer

Processional

578 Forward, be our watchword

579 Onward, Christian soldiers

580 Rejoice, ye pure in heart

Choral Festivals; Church Conferences; Guilds, etc.

581 Bulwark of a mighty nation

582 O Father of abounding grace

583 O sing to the Lord with a psalm of thanksgiving

For Unity

584 O thou who from one blood didst make

Laying Foundation Stone of Church

585 O Lord of hosts, whose glory fills

Laying Foundation Stone of Church

586 O thou in whom alone is found

Church Consecration

587i Blessed city, heavenly Salem

587ii Christ is made the sure foundation

588 Christ is our cornerstone

589 O thou, who sitt'st enthroned above

590 When the Architect almighty had created heaven and earth

Church Restoration

591 Lift the strain of high thanksgiving

Anniversary of the Dedication of a Church

592 O Christ, thou Ruler of the universe

Dedication of an Organ

593 Angel voices ever singing

Dedication of Church Bells

594 Raised between the earth and heaven

Consecration of a Burial Ground

595 Beneath the Church's hallowed shade

596 O thou in whom thy saints repose

Hymns for Children and School

597 Day by day we magnify thee

598 O God, who when the night was deep

599 The morning bright

600 And now another day is gone

601 Now the day is over

602 O Lord, who when thy cross was nigh

603 The hours of school are over

604 Above the clear blue sky

605 All things bright and beautiful

606 Brightly gleams our banner

607* Come, Holy Spirit, come; O hear my lowly prayer

608 Come, praise your Lord and Savior

609 Fair waved the golden corn

610 Gentle Jesus, meek and mild

611 God of mercy, throned on high

612 Great God, and wilt thou condescend

613 Heavenly Father, send thy blessing

615 Little drops of water

616 Once in royal David's city

617 Saw you never, in the twilight

618 Suppliant, lo, thy children bend

619 There is a green hill far away

620 There's a Friend for little children

621 We are but little children weak

622 We are little Christian children

623 We praise thee, O our God, to thee

624 We were washed in holy water

625 Youthful days are passing o'er us

The National Anthem

626 God save our gracious Queen

Visitation of the Sick; and Private Use

627 A day of work is done

628 Ah, my dear Lord! what couldst thou spy

629 Death shuts the gates of paradise

629 Jesus, high in glory

630 Drop, drop, slow tears

631 Father, thy will, not mine, be done

632 For mercy, Lord, I cry

633 God moves in a mysterious way

634 Go, when the morning shineth

635 Hear me, O God

636 He sendeth sun, he sendeth shower

637 Holy Bible, book divine

638 In the hour of my distress

639 In the mid silence of the voiceless night

640 I wish to have no wishes left

641 Leaning on thee, my Guide, my Friend

642 Long did I toil, and knew no earthly rest

643 Lord, it belongs not to my care

644 Make me holy, O my Savior

645 My God and King, to thee

646 My God, I thank thee, who hast made

647 O for a closer walk with God

648 O Lord, my God, do thou thy holy will

649 O Paradise, O Paradise

650 O thou that sitt'st in heaven and seest

651 O for the faith that knows no doubt

652 One by one the sands are flowing

653 Prayer is the soul's sincere desire

654 Some murmur when their sky is clear

655 So tired, I fain would rest

656 Source of my life's refreshing springs

657 Submit yourself to God and you shall find

658 The leaves around me falling

659 The seas are quiet when the winds give o'er

660 The shades of night have banished day

661 Thou hidden love of God, whose height

662 We know not, O, we know not

663 When the spark of life is waning

664 Who has this book and reads it not

665 Why should we faint and fear to live alone

666 Wish not, dear friends, my pain away

667 With years oppressed, with sorrows worn

668 Not now, my child

669 Teach me to live


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